Q: My business is busier than ever, yet my cash balance isn’t growing as I would expect it to. I’m concerned I’m out of touch with what could be happening around controls. I trust everyone, but need to dig a little deeper. Where do I start?
Weekly Update: Washington Hospitality Association Partners with DSHS to Create More Than 65 New Jobs
On Oct. 6, the Washington Hospitality Association hosted a hiring event in Seattle. In partnership with the Department of Health and Social Services (DSHS) Employment Pipeline Region 2 and Motif, Washington Hospitality was able to provide community members with valuable employment opportunities.
Restaurants are slowly moving into a future of chip-based credit cards. But the emphasis is on the word “slowly.”
If you’re getting Internal Revenue Service notices that flag “errors” in reports you filed with the IRS under the Affordable Care Act, you’re not alone.
SEATTLE – On October 6, 2016 the Washington Hospitality Association will be connecting King County citizens with job opportunities at a hiring event. Entry-level jobs are the cornerstone for Washingtonians joining
Washington restaurant, lodging groups merge into unified association representing the united hospitality industry.
Although median tenure of restaurant employees trended lower in recent years, it still remains above pre-recession levels, according to the NRA’s Chief Economist Bruce Grindy.
The House of Representatives has passed a bill by Rep. Tim Walberg, R-Mich., to delay the Department of Labor’s overtime regulation by six months. The measure passed by a bipartisan vote of 246-177, and would move the overtime rule’s implementation date from Dec. 1, 2016, to June 1, 2017.
The current environment is a tough one for restaurants. With rising labor costs and lower sales, restaurants struggled during the first half of 2016. The industry, however, has found relief in lower commodity costs.
The Washington State Department of Labor & Industries (L&I) announced today that the state’s minimum wage will increase 6 cents in 2017. The wage will rise to $9.53 an hour on Jan. 1.
Each year the Washington Hospitality Association holds a series of regional meetings to get feedback from our members on issues that are important to them. The Government Affairs (GA) team travels to various locations around the state
Things you need to know in two minutes! Statewide Minimum Wage Initiative; Secure Scheduling Ordinance Passes; I-124 No Campaign Website is Live; New association is unveiled Oct. 4.
On Sept. 19, 2016, the Seattle City Council passed the Secure Scheduling Ordinance, 9-0. The ordinance will require businesses provide: Two weeks advanced notice of schedules Penalty pay for changes after